Students Lead Out Loud at Annual Student Voice Conference

On November 12, students in Grades 7 – 12 from across Niagara Catholic came together at the Board’s annual Student Voice Conference to discuss the importance of understanding each other in order to create a culture of inclusion within individual classrooms and schools.

The idea is simple: If students better understand the people around them, bullying will become less of a problem.

Leading Out Loud – Learning the Stories of Our Community, focused on this aspect of bullying prevention. It was a dynamic event which included activities focused on listening, understanding and teambuilding, presentations by students sharing their stories and experiences and plenty of conversation.

We hope you enjoy some of the scenes from this very powerful day.

 

 

 

 

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